PLM_CAD_CAM_CAE_F09 - Introduction to PLM/CAD/CAM/CAE...

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Introduction to PLM/CAD/CAM/CAE IE332, Fall 2009 School of Industrial Engineering 1 H. Ko and S. Y. Nof Technology: Faster, Smaller, Numerous Moore’s Law Bell’s Law –“Stuff” (transistors, etc) doubling every 1-2 years omputer) –New computing class every 10 years PRISM Lab/Purdue IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 2 year log (people per c
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PLM (Product Life Cycle Management) PLM is a business strategy that enables manufacturers to collaborate on product design and development efforts and collaborate on product design and development efforts and in support of supply chain operations PLM is a total production system that tracks a product from inception to disposal It includes, marketing, sales, design, planning, production, quality requirements, packaging, shipping, and disposing of the product when it’s useful life is ove PRISM Lab/Purdue IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 3 of the product when it s useful life is over Dassault - http://www.3ds.com Siemens - http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com PTC - http://www.ptc.com The Scope of PLM Product Lifecycle Plus the engineering business systems to make the process work with the rest of the company IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 4
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PLM Example: ATV Bikes PRISM Lab/Purdue IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 5 Roles of CAD/CAM/CAE in PLM IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 6
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Definitions CAD is the technology concerned with the use of computer systems to assist in the creation computer systems to assist in the creation, modification, analysis and optimization of a design. CAM is the technology concerned with the use of computer systems to plan, manage and control manufacturing operations. PRISM Lab/Purdue IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 7 CAE is the technology concerned with the use of computer systems to analyze CAD geometry, allowing the designer to simulate and study how the product will behave. CAD/CAE/CAM An Essential Tool for Mech. Design and Drafting A Key for Improved Productivity Mechanical Design and Visualization – Detailed Design and Electronic Drafting – Parametric Modeling Motion Simulation/Animation Engineering Analysis and Optimization – Pre- and Post- Processors for Finite Element Analysis (Mechanics, Dynamics, Thermo-flow, etc.) – Identification of Optimal Design Parameters and Configurations IE332, IE332, Fall 2009, Fall 2009, School of Industrial Engineering School of Industrial Engineering 8 Identification of Optimal Design Parameters and Configurations – Motion Analysis (Location, Speed, Acceleration and Force) Manufacturing Planning of Simulation – Machining – Industrial Robots
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CAD/CAM/CAE Advantages – Quality – Revisions – Speed
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